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St. Louis Blues


Published 1921




Date 1921-00-00 00:00:00


Notes

Victor-18772

Reviews

Reviewer: NoSpillBlood - - December 23, 2014
Subject: Don't Change A Thing!
Excellent transfer. Nice, broad range highs and lows, without the whistling and squealing that occurs whenever a neophyte punches the wrong button. You did good!
Reviewer: whatdoesittaketogetinhere - - December 14, 2010
Subject: an observation
This is the kind of stuff I try to get. I like that pokey sound. Much better than the garbage that the record companies sell, (or should I say pass off) to the public today.
I have a humble selection of similar 1920's music. Unless the contributer has a fine condition copy that needed little or no sound adjustment, I would say that when he/she processed the sound files, they left out processing of "crackle and hiss/pops", that accounts for the "noise". I sometimes wonder if I should do as minimal processing as possible, like this for authenticity.But I then think that I would like to hear it as close as possible to brand new.
Reviewer: blues guitar man - - April 20, 2007
Subject: play that thing
the ODJB has taken a lot of grief from jazz academia over the years, but they actually played a very authentic version of hot new orleans jazz circa 1910-1925 and they swung. This particular version of St L Blues is played with great syncopation and feel. No wonder Bix and other cats were influenced by their sound. That being said, too bad Freddie Keppard turned down a recording contract to be the first New Orleans jazz band to record. Oh, to get in the time machine with recording equipment and hit the Big Easy about 1915...
Reviewer: left wing films - - December 3, 2005
Subject: soundtrack for nostalgia
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Reviewer: Phor2itus - - June 26, 2005
Subject: Very Handy
Very scratchy, but great acoustical recording nonetheless. One can really here the influence of klezmer music in bits of the first third of this arrangement. I like to compare old and newer versions of the same song, and would pair this one with Pearl Bailey's cover from '40s/'50s.
Reviewer: Phor2itus - - June 26, 2005
Subject: Very Handy
Very scratchy, but great acoustical recording nonetheless. One can really here the influence of klezmer music in bits of the first third of this arrangement. I like to compare old and newer versions of the same song, and would pair this one with Pearl Bailey's cover from '40s/'50s.
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